Written by and starring Chris O'Dowd, 'Moone Boy' is set in Boyle, Co. Roscommon in 1989. 11 year old Martin Moone has a unique perspective on life represented in his drawings and in his imaginary friend, Sean Murphy. With Sean's help, Martin negotiates life as the youngest in a chaotic, scatter-brained family. The series is co-written by Nick Vincent Murphy and was filmed in its entirety in Ireland.
IFTA and BAFTA award-winning, the critically-acclaimed 'Mrs Brown's Boys' sees Agnes Brown play havoc with the lives of her long-suffering family, but only because she loves them. Created by, written by and starring comedian Brendan O'Carroll, 'Mrs Brown's Boys' sees Brendan joined on screen by his real life family. It is an RTÉ/BBC/BOCPIX co-production.
'The Savage Eye' is a satirical and often surreal examination of the subjects close to the hearts of the Irish people.
Based on the international hit format, 'The Voice of Ireland' is looking for the best singing talent that Ireland has to offer. In the blind auditions the coaches are seated with their backs to the singers, and their decisions are based solely on voice. The coaches press 'I Want You' button to turn their chair and select a talent. There is huge rivalry between coaches to get the best acts! The four coaches each chose 12 people.